Now that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S5 Edge are dead, the next Samsung flagship is the Samsung S7.
It is still a capable device, but with a slightly more expensive price tag.
But how does the S7 edge stack up?
Let’s find out.
The specsSo, the Galaxy Edge is Samsung’s flagship smartphone, and a flagship device with a price tag that is more than double the S6 Edge.
It also has an extra camera and a slightly larger display.
But the big selling point of the S5 edge was its camera.
It has a 25mm lens, which can capture incredible images with incredible clarity.
Samsung has used this lens on a number of flagship devices in the past, including the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy A8.
But for the S8, the company has opted to use a slightly wider f/1.7 lens, the 35mm f/2.0.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 6 also uses a 35mm lens.
The Samsung Galaxy Edge features a 13MP rear camera with LED flash, a 5MP front camera, an 8MP front-facing selfie camera, and an 8 MP selfie camera with an 8mp front-side selfie camera.
The rear camera also features an f/3.5 aperture, which is a wider aperture than most phones.
The S7 has a f/4 aperture, and the S9 has a 4MP front facing camera.
The Galaxy S8 is Samsung to the max. It offers a bigger screen, a faster processor, and 4GB of RAM.
It features a new design, and it is also getting a dual camera system, with an 18MP and 20MP front and back cameras, and dual f/5.6 lenses.
The front-firing selfie camera has a 3MP lens, while the rear-facing camera has the f/8 lens.
The Galaxy S9 is Samsung with a 6MP front shooter and a 5 MP selfie lens.
Now that we have the specs, let’s take a look at the specs on the S 7 Edge.
The S7Edge features a 5.7-inch, 1440 x 2560 Super AMOLED screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and a Gorilla-Fibre 4 coating.
It sports a Snapdragon 835 chipset and Adreno 530 GPU, and runs on Android 7.0 Nougat.
Samsung claims that the phone is 5 percent faster than the S 6 Edge, and that it has 5x the battery life of the Galaxy 6, 7, and S5, and has a higher resolution display.
It’s also a faster device with less battery life than the Galaxy 7, but that’s mostly due to the fact that the S S7 is much heavier.
There are also some reports of overheating problems.
In terms of cameras, the S 5 and S 6 are the best phones Samsung has produced since the Galaxy Alpha in 2016.
The 8MP sensor is a big improvement over the 5MP of the first generation S5 and S6, and is able to capture a wider variety of images.
The new f/11 lens makes the photos much sharper and more crisp.
The 12MP rear and 5MP selfie cameras are the only ones capable of shooting in full 1080p resolution.
The main camera is capable of capturing 4K video, and Samsung is also using an 8 megapixel front camera.
However, the camera isn’t quite as good as the S4 or S5 in terms of image quality, and HDR and HDR+ are not available in this phone.
The battery life isn’t as long as that of the other phones, but it is still more than enough to run a lot of apps and video.
Samsung says the S10 is “more than twice the size” of the phone, and packs in 64GB of internal storage.
The phone comes with a 3,600mAh battery, and can be upgraded to 4,000mAh.
It can be pre-ordered on Samsung’s site for $2,499.
The main differences between the S series and the previous S series are the camera sensors, which Samsung claims are “more powerful than the predecessor.”
The S5 is the first to include a 10MP sensor and the latest in a long line of flagship cameras.
The next generation S series is also coming, and will have an even higher megapixel count.
The next generation Galaxy S phones will have a more powerful camera, as well.
The Exynos 8895 will have the same 8MP and 12MP cameras, but will also be able to shoot in 4K at 30fps, and also 1080p at 60fps.
Samsung also says the camera system will be “more intelligent.”
The Galaxy 10 and Galaxy 12 are rumored to come with more powerful cameras.
Samsung has already been working on a new camera system called the “Tizen Camera.”
This system will have 4K resolution, 4K depth, HDR, and even a new dual lens system.